Slip dress free sewing pattern – spaghetti strap dress EVA
It’s incredibly hip, super feminine and wonderfully uncomplicated: Eva, is our new Spaghetti strap dress!
Slip Dress EVA is so versatile: whether styled with a delicate knitted jacket or a leather jacket, with sandals or biker boots – with this dress you will always be dressed well for summer!
Get the free pattern for this spaghetti strap dress now and celebrate the summer with us!
At this point we would like to thank Kata from KAT_AT_LIN from the bottom of our hearts! She tested the pattern for us in advance! Dear Kata, we are so in love with your dress and at the same time totally overwhelmed by the fantastic end result!
Kata sewed the dress from our fine viscose jersey Item No. 133 995 0001.
The pattern is designed for stretchy fabrics. The feminine look is also underlined by the floral print and the beautiful colours.
Since the lingerie look is so trendy right now, satin fabrics with a small amount of elastane would also be a very nice alternative.
Are you a fabric dealer? You can find a large selection of fine satin fabrics in different qualities on our online shop.
Stretch Satin with silk 605692
Elastic Cotton Satin 132214
Satin Stretch 121208
Crepe Satin 129144
SLIP DRESS SEWING PATTERN
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SEWING SPAGHETTI STRAP DRESS
For the tie: cut 2 x 1.3 x 6 cm.
For the straps: 2 x 35 x 4.5 cm
pattern includes seam allowances
Fabric consumption: 2.8m
Prepare: Cut out the interfacing for the facings and iron them on.
Fold the straps right sides together, lengthways in half and sew the long edges together. Turn straps and press.
Fold ties lengthways, right sides together, sew long sides and one short side, turn and press
Stitch bust darts, iron downwards.
Neaten the raw edges of the front and back parts individually.
Place the front and back pieces on top of each other and sew the side seams leaving the pull-through slot open on the right (see marking). Iron the seams apart.
Pin the straps right sides together on the back and front pieces and stitch close to the edge.
Sewing the Facings
Place the facing right sides together to the front. Insert the facing and sew the side seams. Iron the seams apart. Neaten the lower edge of the facing.
Pin and sew on the facings at the top edge of the dress.
Tuck tie straps directly under the front facing, stitch in place and hold the front facing with it, turn right side out, shape the corner, iron.
Turn the straight front fabric edges and the hem allowance inside out, iron and stitch.